BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s fledgling cross country team continued its early success this week at a six-team meet at Wicomico with the boys finishing first and the girls coming in second.
In the first year of the program, the Mallards are already making their mark on the cross country scene across the shore. The Worcester boys finished first at their meet this week with 37 team points, while Wicomico High was second with 45, Pocomoke was third with 52 and Crisfield was fourth with 84. Worcester’s Carter Hill was first overall, followed by Braxton Clark of Wicomico and Myron Mason of Pocomoke.
Other top finishers for Worcester included Trent Marshall (4th), Connor Cebula (8th), Matthew Wilson (9th), Jack Walinskas (18th), Jay Podoval (23rd), Josh Willey (26th), Davis Taylor (27th), Jordan Welch (31st), Jaye Eniola (32nd), Biola Eniola (33rd) and Robert Foxwell (37th).
The Worcester girls finished second overall with 45 points, while Snow Hill was first with 30 points. Salisbury School was third with 62 and Pocomoke was fourth with 97. Top finishers for Worcester included Lillybelle Baker (3rd), Lauren Dykes (5th), Annemarie Cherry (7th), Sarah Koon (9th), Lauren Gosnear (27th), Olivia Parker (29th), and Sophia Principe (34th).
Stephen Decatur’s varsity volleyball team beat visiting North Dorchester, 3-0, on Monday to improve to 3-2 on the season. Pictured above, the Seahawks swarm to block an attempted spike by North Dorchester. Photo by Rebecca Evans
BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity soccer team fell to Laurel, 2-1, on the road on Tuesday in a non-conference game to continue an up and down start to the early season. Last Friday, the Mallards beat Delmarva Christian, 5-1, in the second of six straight road games. On Monday, the road warriors were back in action and lost to Laurel, … Continue reading
BERLIN- The Stephen Decatur boys’ soccer team ended up on top this week in a game at Seahawk Stadium versus the Washington Jaguars. The Seahawks won 7-3 in this high-scoring Sept. 22 game. Decatur put points on the board during the opening minutes. The Seahawks were able to successfully push through Washington’s defense and score several times during the first … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team outlasted Wicomico, 21-13, last weekend in a rain-soaked contest to improve to 2-0 on the young season, matching their total win output from last year in just the second week. The rejuvenated Seahawks traveled to Wicomico last Saturday to take on the Indians in a game that featured an extended halftime because of severe … Continue reading
OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Marlin Club will seek to stop a run by old rival Cape May when the two clubs compete this weekend in the annual Challenge Cup for the 37th time. The Challenge Cup, which pits teams of boats from the Ocean City Marlin Club against teams of boats from the Cape May Marlin and Tuna Club, … Continue reading
BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity soccer team continued its early season dominance this week, beating visiting Salisbury Christian, 11-1, on Wednesday to remain unbeaten. The Mallards steadily pulled ahead of Salisbury Christian through the first half and led 5-1 at the intermission. In the second half, Worcester applied relentless pressure on the Salisbury Christian defensive end and rolled to the … Continue reading
BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s varsity golf team won its first Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) tri-match of the year on Tuesday, beating Salisbury Christian and Salisbury School at Nutter’s Crossing. The Mallards shot a team-low score of 160, while Salisbury Christian finished with a 173 and Salisbury School came in at 223. Co-Captain Jason Cook was the medalist on the … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity soccer team split a pair of games this week, beating Mardela, 2-1, at home last Friday before falling to Crisfield, 3-2, in overtime on the road on Tuesday. Against Mardela last Friday, the Warriors got on the board first with a goal about 15 minutes into the contest to take a 1-0 lead. With just … Continue reading
BERLIN- After two matches this week in the annual Ryder Cup-style tournament between neighborhood rivals Worcester Prep and Stephen Decatur, the two teams have played to a dead heat, setting up a big finale in the final leg next week. Crosstown rivals Worcester and Decatur meet almost every year in a Ryder Cup-style golf tournament to determine bragging rights in … Continue reading